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I tested that code before posting. I changed $VAR1 to my $getToysResults but otherwise left the Dumper output unchanged. Here's the script ( in its entirety:

#!/usr/bin/env perl use strict; use warnings; my $getToysResults = { 'Toys' => bless( { 'Toy' => [ bless( { 'ToyLocations' => bless( { 'ToyLocation' => [ { 'toyQuantity' => '1', 'locationName' => 'toybox' }, { 'toyQuantity' => '4', 'locationName' => 'shelf' } ] }, 'ArrayOfToyLocation' ), 'color' => 'none', 'toyName' => 'Sorry', 'size' => 'medium' }, 'Board' ) ] }, 'ArrayOfToy' ) }; foreach my $e (@{$getToysResults->{Toys}{Toy}}) { my $location_array_ref = $e->{ToyLocations}{ToyLocation}; for my $location_array_hash_ref (@$location_array_ref) { print $location_array_hash_ref->{locationName}, "\n"; } }

Here's the output:

$ toybox shelf

Try running that script. If it works, then maybe the data you posted was incorrect (typo, cut-and-paste error, etc.) or perhaps you used my code differently. Try adding print Dumper $getToysResults; just before the outer foreach in your code and see if it produces the same output as you originally posted.

If it doesn't work, please post full output along with your Perl version and OS: as it stands, I can't see anything there that wouldn't work on any version of Perl 5.

-- Ken

In reply to Re^3: Parsing SOAP::Lite results by kcott
in thread Parsing SOAP::Lite results by Roboz

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